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"D - Day as the Newspaper Boy saw it" by David Maber
A vivid eyewitness account from the busiest LST embarkation ramp in Britain during Operation Overlord


D-Day David Maber 01   This book can be bought for 7.18 including p&p (UK only) from David Maber direct.
Please send your address and cheques to:

David Maber

14 Little Lane

Alverstoke

Gosport Hampshire PO12 2LA


D-Day David Maber 02   D-Day David Maber 03
Above: Embarkation ramp at Hardway June 3rd 1944
Left: King George VI, Winston Churchill and General Montgomery passing the author and friend May 22nd 1944.


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